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Swindon Town Striker Joins Oxford On Loan

Swindon Town striker Medhi Kerrouche has joined oxford United on an initial one month emergency loan.

Kerrouche has scored 8 goals in 18 appearances for Town this season however has not featured since December since falling out with manager Paolo Di Canio.

The move has been funded by Oxford United`s 12th man fund.

Di Canio has said Kerrouche is free to leave the County Ground and the move could become permanent in the Summer.




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Date:Thursday February 9 2012

Time: 10:59AM

 

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